A exmaple of a contig name generated by velvet assembler: NODE_127_length_39203_cov_244.873016 What does cov_244.873016 mean? ...
I previously read this question and this paper and learned good things about this topic. my current question is that scientists use which tools, algorithms, soft wares... to sequence, assemble and ...
I'm a high school student whose interested in bioinformatics. Therefore I chose a project which I study Sequence Assembly. My main goal is to compare different paradigms (Greedy, OLC, De Bruijn). I ...
I have question about Gibson assembly. I have done it several times and it always worked okay for us, but now I want to assemble together a fragment which has sequence like this: ...
We have some bacterial genomes that were assembled using Spades, they were sequenced with and IonTorrent PGM. There are many assemblers and they give different results. I was interested in a tool ...
In one of the comments in this question about multiple sequence alignment, it was stated @5heikki: btw if you want a good bioinformatics problem, come up with an assembler that assembles any ...
Is the default kmer 25 value in Trinity still ok for assembly of 150bp reads from Illumina HiSeq 2500?
I will soon be receiving Illumina HiSeq 2500 data (150bp PE stranded reads). In the past we have been using Trinity as our assembler of choice, but it uses a default kmer value of 25. I believe this ...
Today a colleague of mine asked the following question: " Assuming I need to build from 0, a chromosome of a fish, with short reads but no other reference whatsoever [de novo assembly]: ...
I've thoroughly read the Wikipedia article on DNA sequencing and can't get one thing. There's some hardcore chemistry involved in the process that somehow splits the DNA and then isolates its parts. ...